Stuffed Collard Rolls

One of our favorite comfort food meals for chilly nights, you can get really creative with the mix of veggies you add to the filling. We usually use Collard Greens but you can definitely use more traditional Cabbage leaves, too. ________ (1) bunch Collard Greens, trim the stems from the leaves (1) bunch Green Onions…

Quick Kimchi

Kimchi is an ancient method of preserving food, recipes have been found that date back almost 2,000 years! It was a way to keep vegetables over the winter and was not seasoned with spicy peppers until modern times. One of the most popular vegetables used today (Napa Cabbage) is actually a modern ingredient. Traditionally roots…

Asian Vegetable Soup

Asian Vegetable Soup  The delicate combination of veggies in this week’s boxes made us think of one of our favorite soups right away! A blend of Kale, Shiitake Mushroom, Asian Turnips and Green Onions will warm you through and through (especially if you add some of our own Hot Sauce or Ground Hot Pepper to…

Broccoli Cheese Soup

This is our favorite recipe and it’s gluten-free too! The Broccoli itself provides the thickness. We have a more traditional Cream Soup recipe below. Wash, trim and chop 3/4 pound Broccoli (peel and use the stems, too). In a soup pot saute Broccoli with 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil, season with salt and pepper. Cook until…

Baked Spaghetti Squash

Squashes and Greens and Roots, oh my! It’s that time of year for Fall and Winter Vegetables. These crops lend themselves well to roasting, braising, soups and stews with hearty flavors for  satisfying bowls of goodness. Baked Spaghetti Squash is our vegetarian dish topped with sauteed Carrots, Green Garlic and this Summer’s Basil Pesto (ours…

Mixed Root Gratin

This can be very rustic or quite elegant, depending on how you slice the roots. Try thicker chunkier cuts or a mandolin for very thin slices. A favorite side dish or star of a Vegetable Plate! 1. Wash, trim and peel 2 pounds of Mixed Roots (peeling is not necessary for all Roots, just if…

Creamy Root Soup

A favorite here at the Farm, we use whatever seasonal Roots are available. Our mix may include Turnips, Potatoes, Rutabagas, Sweet Potatoes, Carrots and more. 1. Wash, trim and chop 2 pounds of Mixed Roots. Peeling is not necessary since the end result is pureed: organically grown root vegetables are safe to eat the peels…

Chopped Salad

This mix of flavors and textures is really interesting and delicious! —————– 1. Wash, trim and chop 3/4 pound Broccoli (use the florets and the stem, too!). Toss prepared Broccoli with enough Vinaigrette to coat well, refrigerate for 20-30 minutes while prepping the rest of the ingredients. Marinating the Broccoli will take the raw edge…

Spicy Garlic Kale

Wash, trim and chop 3/4 bunch Kale and 2-3 Wild Garlic Leeks. In a skillet heat 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil, add Kale and Leeks and season with salt, pepper and Hot Peppers to your taste. Saute over medium heat quickly for 3-5 minutes until Kale is just wilted. Cover and keep warm if not served…

Refrigerator Pickles

Customize your Quick Pickles to your own taste! You don’t have to put up gallons of pickles at a time, here are ideas for different ways to enjoy the Pickling Cucumbers in this week’s boxes. Sweet, salty, spicy, garlicky, they are fun and easy to make and a great project for kids to learn about…

Butternut Chicken Curry

Butternut Chicken Curry Prepare rice before you get started, it will be ready by the time the main dish is done If you haven’t already, thaw your Chicken (Shrimp is great for this, too). Cut it into bite-sized chunks. Wash and cut one Butternut Squash into thick slices. Why wash the outside? We always wash…

Will’s Meatloaf

Will’s Meatloaf   In a bowl combine 1 pound each Ground Beef and Ground Pork or Sausage. Add 1/4 cup finely chopped Vidalia Onion, 1 cup fresh Bread Crumbs, 2 Eggs lightly beaten, 1 Tablespoon Garlic, salt and pepper. Mix together until just combined. Place in a baking dish and form into a loaf shape.…

Best Ever Potato Salad

We have been thinking about side dishes lately as the warmer weather prompts the first grilled meals of the year. This is our favorite Potato Salad Recipe with some variations from family and friends. Will’s version includes our sliced Spicy Pickled Okra, yum! . 1. Wash, trim and cut 3 pounds of Potatoes into bite-sized…